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Topic - Roberto Martínez
Frank Lampard earned the top spot in the weekly Associated Press global soccer poll for the first time after setting Chelsea's career goals record.
New Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers conceded he'll have to earn respect at Anfield after being plucked from relative obscurity Friday following a successful spell at fellow English Premier League team Swansea.
President Felipe Calderon is figuratively going out on a limb _ and literally down a sinkhole, up a river (with a paddle) and over the top of a few pyramids _ in an attempt to boost Mexico's flagging tourism industry.
The world's most sought-after soccer player is no longer wanted by his national team coach.
David Beckham will reject the chance to make one final appearance for England, a person familiar with the former captain's plans said Thursday.
"The Bachelorette" Ali Fedotowsky has a new fiance and some television bragging rights.
"Today it was David and Goliath," Wigan manager Roberto Martinez said.
"This is part of a strategy to promote the country abroad," said Martinez.